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MILAN — Hairstylist Eugene Souleiman was keen to explore opposing moods at Missoni.

“I don’t want it to look sweet, or subtle. It’s Parisian couture meets biker boy,” said Souleiman.

Two precise rolls were manipulated into the back of the head and pinned tightly into place, before wax was rubbed through tresses and straightened using irons to create the look’s almost wet-looking texture and punky attitude.
 
The films “Pulp Fiction,” “Wild At Heart” and “True Romance” were cited as inspiration for makeup looks by Lucia Peroni for MAC Cosmetics.

“They’re cool girls that are slightly masculine,” she said. Matt skin provided the base, with a little highlighter added to cheeks and eyelids.

Strong pouts were painted with MAC’s lip pencil in Beet blended with a deep, dark red wine shade of lipstick called Media. Lashes remained bare, with eyeliner smudged around the sockets.

<p>Backstage at Missoni Fall 2011.</p>

Photo By: Delphine Achard

<p>Backstage at Missoni Fall 2011.</p>

Photo By: Delphine Achard

<p>Backstage at Missoni Fall 2011.</p>

Photo By: Delphine Achard

<p>Backstage at Missoni Fall 2011.</p>

Photo By: Delphine Achard

<p>Backstage at Missoni Fall 2011.</p>

Photo By: Luca Maria Castelli

<p>Backstage at Missoni Fall 2011.</p>

Photo By: Luca Maria Castelli

<p>Backstage at Missoni Fall 2011.</p>

Photo By: Luca Maria Castelli

<p>Backstage at Missoni Fall 2011.</p>

Photo By: Luca Maria Castelli

<p>Backstage at Missoni Fall 2011.</p>

Photo By: Luca Maria Castelli

<p>Backstage at Missoni Fall 2011.</p>

Photo By: Luca Maria Castelli

<p>Backstage at Missoni Fall 2011.</p>

Photo By: Luca Maria Castelli

<p>Backstage at Missoni Fall 2011.</p>

Photo By: Luca Maria Castelli

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